New Spec 2000 chapters and more digital tools are prompting the industry to collaborate more across supply chains.
LOUISVILLE, KY -- Commer- cial aviation is going digital across the board, from dealing with passengers to managing aircraft maintenance. Getting the most out of digital information requires effective collaboration across supply chains, and the need will only increase as outsourcing grows and operators use tools such as Electronic Flight Bags (EFB) and Electronic Log Books (ELB), contends Ray Marzulo, vice president of customer support at Boeing. And as the digital revolution continues, ...
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